Trevor is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Farmore Capital Group – an early-stage investment fund. He leads the firm’s day-to-day activities and spends much of his time working directly with entrepreneurs to build successful companies.
In addition to angel investing and venture capital, Trevor’s professional experience ranges from developing materials for biomedical implants, to designing high-performance batteries, to overseeing the design and construction of a groundwater treatment system to hinder the movement of uranium in groundwater. Before co-founding FCG, Trevor was the principal engineer in the Technology Development Division of a venture backed startup company, Kurion, Inc. Here he was responsible for the development and early-stage maturation of technological solutions that support clean energy through waste separation and stabilization, primarily for radioactive wastewater treatment efforts at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
Trevor serves on a number of for-profit and non-profit boards. He has lectured and/or published in the areas of venture capital, entrepreneurship, advanced materials, environmental engineering, and radiochemistry and holds a patent for making carbon nanopipes and ductwork with nanomeric walls.
Trevor studied management and entrepreneurship in the Executive Education program at the MIT Sloan School of Management, completed a post-graduate research appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and holds a M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Clemson University and a B.A. in Chemistry from Alfred University.
He spends most of his free time playing outside on rocks, trails, snow, and water with his wife and two children.